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Hence, bringing the two together is a journey full of pitfalls. The attempt made here is both tentative and speculative, very much of a bringing together of thoughts and reflections generated rather incoherently over a long period of time
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A fascinating account of the way in which oil, far from being a blessing, has blighted the political development of Middle Eastern states. Painting a broad comparative canvas, Askari's argument is as powerful as it is provocative
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Second, our understanding of American economic development will explore the relationship between the American state and the economy
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Conceptualising Poverty under Capitalism: From John Locke to Sam Brittan Bill JordanConceptualising Poverty under Capitalism: From John Locke to Sam Brittan Bill Jordan
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The Salem Witch Trials was pivotal in American history because it was caused by individuals who were interested in witchcraft which caused the role of religion and economics to intervene and persecute accused individuals
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